Morning Sixpack: A News Roundup

  • Chris Brown Deal in the Works? R&B singer Chris Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, may be close to making a plea deal with the District Attorney's office regarding the charges Brown faces in the alleged beating of singer-girlfriend Rihanna. Brown's arraignment has been scheduled for 3 p.m. Monday. TMZ.com
  • Drain Surgery Santa Monica is beginning to replace a corroded half-century-old storm pipe responsible for high bacterial levels in waters around the municipal pier. L.A. Times via Look Out News
  • United We Fight If the Antelope Valley towns of Palmdale and Lancaster combined, they'd become California's 14th largest city. Not so fast, say opponents of a merger idea now being floated by Lancaster mayor R. Rex Parris. Antelope Valley Press
  • Another Condor Downed The Los Angeles Zoo is caring for a second condor found with buckshot pellets in its body. The big bird, ironically, is also suffering from lead poisoning likely contracted from eating carrion with pellets in it. Associated Press, Ventana Wildlife Society
  • Pardon Our Budget Mayor Villaraigosa and City Councilman Bill Rosendahl will lead a Westside town hall meeting at the Felicia Mahood Center to discuss the city budget in a time of financial meltdown. L.A. Times
  • Closely Watched Trains Forced by the recession to halt use of its unneeded cars, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway has left them parked on a track between Monrovia and Irwindale -- creating a three-mile-long canvas for taggers. Nearby residents are not amused. San Gabriel Valley Tribune

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